New Tool for Back to School Really Works: Students Will Sleep and Learn Better, Naturally
What’s on your back to school shopping list?
While shopping for pencils and notebooks, don’t forget to include a BioBrite SunRise Clock. Of all the back to school items you might consider, this amazing clock has the most potential to improve your student’s readiness to learn, athletic performance, and academic success.
Research confirms the importance of a good night’s sleep for everyone, especially sleep deprived teenagers. Their biological clocks are naturally set to a relatively late sleep schedule. Add the nightly digital distractions that most teenagers love, and the National Sleep Foundation reports that only 20% of teenagers get sufficient sleep at night. Research confirms that teenagers are the last people who should be waking early, yet most have to arrive at school very early and stay late to fit sports practices and other activities into a crowded day.
While sleep challenges are likely to persist throughout the school year, September is the cruelest month. If teenagers follow their inclination and stay up late and sleep in all summer, going back to school can be, literally, a rude awakening. Teenagers accustomed to sleeping until noon will be way out of sync with the schedule they’ll need to follow in September. Many of those students will be sleeping in class and drinking coffee and energy drinks to try to stay awake.
You probably can’t fight the school schedule, but you can help smooth your teenager’s transition from summer sleep patterns to the September school schedule. BioBrite SunRise Clocks are an effective remedy for that too-early school bus. They mimic a natural sunrise each morning, and the gradually brightening light will wake your student naturally, helping them start the day with more energy and alertness. Parents also love the fact that the BioBrite SunRise Clock wakes teens so effectively, avoiding the need for those nagging wake up calls and morning arguments that can leave the whole family starting the day in a bad mood.
This tiny “watch” is worn on a swimmer’s index finger and helps them
keep track of multiple lap times. It recalls up to 100 individual lap
times, including the fastest, slowest, average, and total lap times,
while also display split times and lap numbers, total number of laps
completed and total lap time, water resistant to 50 meters. As for ease
of use, our tester found this one a little more confusing because one
button performs so many tasks. With a read through the manual, however,
once you get the hang of it, it’s a great tool."